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LINCOLN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
306 WEST MAIN STREET 
LINCOLNTON, NC 28092 




LINCOLN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 
306 WEST MAIN STREET 
LINCOLNTON, NC 28092 



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1943 PINE BURR 




Published By 
THE SENIOR CLASS OE 

LINCOLNTON HIGH SCHOOL 

Lincolnton, North Carolina 

VOLUME XXII 
LINCOLN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 
306 WEST MAIN STREET 
LINCOLNTON, NC 28092 




DEDICATION 

As an expression of the love she has gained 

from the students, as an appreciation of the 

noble work she has done in educational lines, 

and as an acknowledgment of the great help 

she has given all student organizations, 

we dedicate this volume to 

Miss Maudh Sadler. 



Page Two 



IN MEMORIAM 




Lieutenant Norman Fair 

Fighter for Freedom 

1921-1942 



'Count not the cost of honor to the dead! 
The tribute that a mighty nation pays 
To those who loved her well in former days 
Means more than gratitude for glories fled." 

—HENRY VAN DYKE. 



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FACULTY 




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Mr. S. Ray Lowder. A.B. 

Superintendent 

University of North Carolina 




Mrs. Charles D. Smith. A.B. 
Principal 

Agnes Scott College 




Miss Jeanne Stroup 

Secretary 



Miss Helen Stroupe. Miss Louise Wetmore 

A.B.. B.L.S. 



Librarian 



Piano 
Lenoir Rhyne College, Queens College, 



Queens College, Emory University Juillard School of Music 



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FACULTY 




Miss Cleta Black, A.R. 

English 

Meredith College, Appalachian State 
Teachers ( 'cliche 

Miss Letha Copeland. A.B. 
Mathematics 

Flora Macdonald College 

Mr. I.yle Roddey Edwards, A.B. 

Physical Education 
Erskine ( College 

Miss Elizabeth Eerouson. B.S. 

Biology 

Winthrop College 

Mrs. Joe Goodson, A.B. 
Latin 

Greenshoro College 

Miss Pearle Haywood, A.B. 
Geometry 

Meredith College 



Miss Virginia Logan, B.S. 
Science 

Appalachian State Teachers College 

Miss Christine McAdams. A.B. 

Spanish and French 
Woman's College, U. N. C. 

Miss Margaret Morrison. A.B. 

History 
Salem College 

Miss Barbara Norman, B.S.H.E. 

Home Economics 
Salem College 

Mr. Charles Ramseur, A.B. 

History 

Davidson College 

Mrs. E. G. Ramsaur. A.B. 

English 

Bessie Tift College, University of Virginia 



Miss Gloria Reagan. A.B. 

English 
Woman's College, I'. X. C. 

Miss Carrie Roseman. A.B. 

Commercial Courses 

Catawba College 

Miss Maude Sadler, A.B. 
Mathematics 

Winthrop College 

Mr. A. J. Smith. B.S. 

Agriculture 
North Carolina State College 

Mrs. Milton Tiddy 
Bible 

Mr. Thomas C. Vail, A.B. 
Assistant Band Director 
University of North Carolina 



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PINE BURR STAFF 




Ray Reinhardt Editor-in-Chief 

LEATHA MARTIN Business Manager 

BETTY CASHION Assistant Business Manager 

MELDRUM WlNSTEAD Circulation Manager 

SUE BEATTIE . Assistant Circulation Manager 

Ray HOFFMAN Advertising Manager 

DODSON BARINEAU Assistant Advertising Manager 

James Knuckles, Frank Abernethy Photographic Editors 

L. A. Abernethy. Eugene Sigmond Photographic Editors 

J. M. BROOME . Sports Editor 

SUE BEATTIE Historian 

Ardis Childs Poet 

Buster Knight Lawyer 

Nellie Knuckles Prophet 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 





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SENIORS 



Frank Abernethy 

"He worries not, he hurries not, his calm is undisturbed.'' 
F. F. A.; Ban,!. 

Harold Lee Abernethy 

"A tower of strength is he." 

L. A. Abernethy 

"/ won't budge an inch." 
Pine Burr Staff; Band. 

FLOSSIE AUTON 
"1 never chouse to stoop." 



Frances Bandy 

"Both labor great or small 
/■ranees does it good or not at all." 
Glee Club; National Honor Society; Cheerleader '43; 
Civics Club '40. 



DODSON RAMSEUR Barineau 

"Mirth, with thee I mean to live." 
Band, Hi-Y Club; Civics Club '39; Latin Club '40, '41. 

Mamie Barker 

"One "east substantial smile." 
Civics Club '39; Music Club '.?9. 

Ruth Barkley 

"Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind." 

Lewis Beal 

" This is a man . " 
F. F. A. 

Robert S. Beal 

"Life without sports is not life." 
Football '41, '42, '43. 

Sue Ingrid Beattie 

"As fine a friend as she is an athlete." 
Basketball '39, '40, '41, '42, '4a; President Sophomore 
('lass, Student Government Senator; Treasurer Junior 
Class; Wolf Staff; Marshal; Pine Burr Staff; Class 
Historian; Vice-President Student Government '42. 

Marshal Haywood Black 

"Silence oft displays deep understanding." 



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SENIORS 



MARTHA ELIZABETH BRADSHAW 

"What sweet delight a quiet life affords." 

Ml Club President; Basketball '40; Civics Club. 

J. M. Broome, jr. 

" You gotta be a football hero." 

Football '39. '40, '41, '42, '43; Baseball '39, '40; 
Basketball '39; Pine Burr Staff; Student Government 
Senator; Vice-President Senior Class. 

Carolyn Bull 

"If to her share some female errors fall, 
Look on her face, and you'll forget 'em all." 

Flag Carrier for Band; Pink Burr Staff; President Civics 
Club '39; Bibliophiles '4.!; (dee Club; Latin Club. 



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Mary Lee Bylrs 

"For she with kindness is blest 
A nd there is no one she offends." 

Home Ee Club; Civics Club; National Honor Society. 



Glne Carpenter 

"Someday I shall east aside my boyish pranks and l>e a 
man." 

Band; Marshal. 



Betty Jane Cash ion 

"Who mixed reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth. 
If she had any faults, she left us ill doubt." 

Glee Club; National Honor Society; Pine Birr Staff; 
Civics Club. 



Mary Ardis Childs 

"Pretty to -calk with, witty to talk with, 
. hid pleasant, loo. to think on." 

(dee Club, President '42. Vice-President '4.!; Wolf Staff; 
Pine Burr Staff; Majorette '42. '43; Student Government 
Representative; Student Government Senator; Civics Club. 



Jack Clanton 

"A man of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows." 
Ml Club; Civics Club. 

Henry Donald Clanton 

'•//,■ never did a foolish thing" (."-">. 
Football '41. '42, '4.i; Basketball '41, '42. '43. 

Vernon Coley 

"/('<■ know little of thee, but what we know is good." 
Bibliophiles; Marshal. 

Jean Craig 

"A bright hello at noonday, and a cheery smile at night." 

Latin Club; Civics Club; Home Ec Club, President '43; 
Student Government Representative. 








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SENIORS 



Jack Dellinger 

"In all respects a good fellow." 

Band; Ili-Y Club; Student Government Representative 
'40, Senator '41; Pine Burr Staff. 



CATHERINE DEVINE 

"Her disposition is as sunny as her hair." 

Basketball; Latin Club; Civics Club. 

WADE DODGEN 

"./ good sport, a fine friend." 

Basketball; Baseball; StudenC. Government Representative 
'42. 



Edith Pansy Drum 

"Truth . . . needs no flowers of speech." 
Civics Club; Hemic Economics Club; Wolf Staff. 

Guy Thorne Eaker 

"It's been a long struggle." 
Football; Baseball. 

Macie Louise Elmore 

"Of all things I like best, I much prefer to sit and rest." 

Hazel Eurey 

"A face that would launch many a ship." 
Bibliophiles. 

Betty Hunter Glenn 

"A blue ribbon winner in any classroom." 

Wolf Staff; Student Government Representative; Na- 
tional Honor Society; Marshal; Civics Club. 

Blair Hall 

"My life is an open book so therefore I have nothing to tell." 



Edna vashti Hallman 

Modesty becomes a young lady.' 
Civics Club; Bibliophiles. 



Robert A. Hallman 

"Afoot and light-hearted I take to the open roads.' 
F. F. A.; Football; Basketball. 

Marvin Ben Heavner 

"Why should he study and make himself mad.'" 
F. F. A.; Civics Club. 



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SENIORS 



R. A. Heavner 

7 liavc had many troubles in my life, but the worst of 
them has never come," 

Band. 



Charles Ensor Hobbs 

"Individuality is the salt of common life." 

Joe Henry Hoffman 

"I'll never stop 'till I've reached the top." 

Band; Secretary Freshman Class; Vice-President Sopho- 
more Class; President Senior Class; Secretary and Treas- 
urer Student Government; Wolf Staff; National Honor 
Society; Marshal; Representative; Senator; Boy's State. 

Ray Hoffman 

"One in a million." 
Pine Burr Staff; Cheerleader. 

Mary Helen Houser 

"True as the dial to the sun." 
Civics Club; Basketball. 

Ethel Hovis 

"All tongues speak well of her." 

AlLENE Hoyle 

"Calm is she who knows her way." 
Civics Club; Home Economics Club. 

Ralph Leon Hoyle 

"In his quietness is his strength." 

John T. Huss 

"Full of spirit, full of fun; 
Full of the pep that gets thin, is done." 

Football; Basketball; Ban. I; Treasurer Band. 

Meril Jean Huss 

"A pal, a friend, a scholar too 
loyal, honest and always true." 

Civics Club; Home Economics Club; 4-11 Club. President; 
Basketball. 



Fred Elliot Jarrett 

"Pep in his fingers, and pep in his toes 
A jolly good sport wherever he goes." 

Football; Marshal. 



Robert Wayne Kiger 

'When he will he will — you can depend on 7. 
When he won't — there's no end on 't." 

Hi-\ r Club; Band; Marshal. 




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Betty Jean Kistler 

"You'll always find her true and just.'' 
Civics Club; Student Government Representative. 

Clyde Knight, Jr. 

"Happy-go-lucky, fair and free. 
Nothing there is that bothers me.' 1 

Football; Baseball; Basketball; Class Lawyer. 

James Knuckles 

"Not too sober not too nay. 
But a rare good fellow in every way." 

Pine Burr Staff; Band. 

Nellie Anne Knuckles 

"None knew her but to love her; 
None named her but to praise." 

Student Government Representative; National Honor 
Society; Chief .Marshal; Pine Burr Staff; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

William Samuel Lander 

"If he be not fellow with the best kino. 
Thou shall find the best king of oood fellows." 

Hand; Wolf Staff; National Honor Society; Student 
Government Representative; Treasurer Senior Class; 
.Marshal. 



CLAUDIA BERNICE LEONARD 

"At the sound of her silvery notes the songbird blushed 
with envy." 

Glee Club; Bibliophiles; Flag Carrier for Band; Civics 
Club. 



Winnie Leonard 

"She has a charm that's all her own." 
Civics Club. 

Mary Dell Lewis 

"It's no disgrace to be small, but mighty inconvenient," 

Civics Club; Student Government Representative; Na- 
tional Honor Society. 

Louise Link 

"To worry little, to study less 
This is my idea of happiness." 

Civics Club. 

Marion Josephine Lippard 

"Marion just proves that what's worth doing at all is 
worth doing well." 

Marshal; Civics Club; Bibliophiles. 

Fred Lynch 

"Common sense is not a common thing." 

Jewell Lynch 

"Friendship is the wine of life." 
Civics Club. 



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SENIORS 



Alda McAlister 

"I have immortal longings in me." 

Julia Carolyn McLurd 

'A merry heart doeth good like medicine ' 
Basketball; Civics Club. 



Letha Martin 

"She's the definition of a good sport.'* 

Civics Club; Junior Class President; National Honor 
Society; Pine Burr Staff. 



George William Michael 

'Few things are impossible to diligence and skill.' 
F. F. A.; Marshal. 



Kitty Alice Miller 

"Ever charming; ever new." 

Glee Club; Band; Student Government Representative; 
National Honor Society; Wolf Staff; Marshal; Civics Club. 

Martha Moore 

"She's all Hiv fancy painted her. 
She's lovely, she's divine." 

Civics Club; Glee Club; Band; Marshal; Student Gov- 
ernment Representative. Senator; National Honor Society; 
Senior Class Secretary; Wolf Staff. 



Harry Edward Mullis 

"He is a perpetual surprise to those who know him best." 
Mt. Holly High; Football; Dramatics; Boxing; Basketball. 

Alice Parker 

"She is so kind, so apt, of such blessed disposition." 
Civics Club. 

Lorene Elizabeth Payseur 

"There is no limit to her abilities." 
Home Economics Club; Marshal; National Honor Society. 

Ray W. Reinhardt 

"Oh, he sits high among the people's hearts." 

Wolf Staff; Basketball; Baseball; Football; Hi-Y Club; 
Pine Burr Staff. 

Pansy Elizabeth Reynolds 

"Pleasant and capable of sober thoughts." 

Joe Rhyne 

"A little foolishness now and then, 
Is relished by the wisest men." 

Band; Football; Vice-President Junior - Class; Student 
Government Senator; Hi-Y Club. 







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George Robinson, jr. 

"Quiet, cheerful, and of good repute; who could be more?" 
Civics Club; F. F. A.; Bibliophiles. 

Jean DeMotte Robinson 

"Iter smile is sweetened by her. gravity." 
Civics Chili; 4-11 Club. 

Joyce O'Monnie Robinson 

"Good nature ami good sense are ever joined." 
4 II Club; Basketball; Civics Club; Bibliophiles. 

Mary Jane Robinson 

"To know her is to love her." 
("ivies Club; Latin Club. 

Ruth Ross 

"Blest with plain reason and sober sense/' 
Civics Club; French Club. 

Lois Rudisill 

"ll'liat would we do in High School hud, 
For continuous chatter, were Lois not at hand?" 

Student Government Representative; National Honor 
Society. 

Barbara Fay Shrum 

"She is bright, she is witty, she is pretty, it's true, 
lie wouldn't swap her for' forty like you." 

Freshman Class President; National Honor Society; 
Student Government Representative; Band; Marshal; Civics 
Club; Music Chili. 

CLYDE SEAGLE. JR. 

"A popular fellow with all of the boys." 

President of Student Government; Football; Manager, 
Hoys' Basketball; Manager. Girls' Basketball. 

Ethel jand Sherrill 

".-/ gentle life by gentle deeds is known." 
French Club. 

Sally Sherrill 

"What I aspired to be. 
And was not, comforts me.'' 

Civics Club; Latin Club. 

Coves Eugene Sigmon 

")'ouuo man. your spirits are too bold for your years." 
Band; Pink Burr Staff. 

Dwight Calvin Sigmon 

"Young in limbs, in judgment old.'' 
Football. 



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SENIORS 



Edna Smith 

"Charm strikes the eyes, and merit wins the soul." 
Civics Club; Home Economics Club. 

Ruth Smith 

"The two noblest things, which are sweetness and light." 

Dramatics Club; Clee Club; Home Economics Club; 
Music Club. 

Betty Jean Stamey 

"But, teacher, can't you sec; it's Dorothy you want, not me?" 
(Ilee Club; Student Government Representative. 

Dorothy Jo Stamey 

"A face with gladness overspread, 
Soft smiles, by human kindness loz'cd." 

Glee Club. 

Helen Stamey 

"Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die." 
Cheerleader; Civics Club. 

Margaret Neal Taylor 

"Kind, generous, and thoughtful, too." 
Home Economics Club; Civics Club. 

Evelyn Turner 

"The thing that goes the farthest in making life worth 
while is just a pleasant smile." 

Civics Club; Home Economics Club. 

Eunice Gertrude Wease 

"She may be serious, she may be gay, 
But she's a rare good pal in a rare good way." 

Civics Club. 

Bill Williams 

"Wise to resolve and patient to perform." 

Ben Wilson 

"Never do today what you can do tomorrow." 
Inter Nous. 

MELDRUM WlNSTEAD 

"A kinder gentleman treads not the earth." 

Band; Student Director of Band; Civics Club; Represen- 
tative; Marshal; Hi-Y Club; Bibliophiles; National Honor 
Society; Pine Burr Staff; Boy's State. 




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John Clieton Wise 

'A loyal, just, upright gentleman." 



JACK YODER 

"Truly a good sportsman in every sense." 

Basketball; Football; Baseball; Marshal; Civics Club; 
Camera Club; F. F. A. 



PAULINE YODER 

'Never idle and always thoughtful of others. 

4-H Club; Basketball; Civics Club. 






CLASS WILL 



State of North Carolina 
County of Lincoln 
City of Lincolnton 
Ramsaur High School 



Clyde Knight. Junior 

Attorney -at -Law 



We. the class of 1942. being sound of mind and memory, do hereby make, publish and 
declare this to be our last will and testament. 

ITEM 1. We bequeath to our fellow students of the Junior class all of our privileges. We 
have nothing, we owe much, the rest we leave to the Junior class. 

ITEM 2. To you. dear teachers, we leave fond memories of the past four years. 

ITEM 3. To you. Mr. Lowder and Mrs. Smith, we leave the underclassmen lo watch 
and direct through the coming years. 

ITEM 4. I. Jean Craig, do hereby will and bequeath my typewriter and my ability to type 
lo Minta Carpenter hoping she will use it more than 1. 

1. Letha Martin, do hereby will my place in fifth period study hall to Lou Rhyne. 

I. Margaret Taylor, will my love for high school to my sister hoping that she will like it 
as well as I. 

I. Ray Hoffman, will my ability to make Mrs. Ramsaur fuss lo Garmon Schrum and hope 
he uses it to the hitler ^nt\ 

I, Donald Clanton. will my place on the football team to Buster Gabriel. 

1, Sal Sherrill. do hereby will my seat in 12th English to Lizzard Schronce. 

I. Jean Huss. will my astounding knowledge of Geometry to Geraldine Houser. 

I. Alice Parker, do hereby will my love of chewing and smacking gum in the classroom 
to my brother. Tom Parker. 

I. Ethel Sherrill. hereby will my ability to talk in home room to Dolores Jackson. 

I. L. B. Helms, do hereby will lo H. C. Cornwell my French book. 

I. Evelyn Turner, hereby will my ability to explore graveyards to Helen Sellers. Helen 
Gragg, and Margaret Rudisill. 

I. Fred Jarrett. hereby will my seat in English to Ralph Connor and hope that he does 
better than 1. 

I. Mary Houser. do hereby will my ability to make long talks in history to my sister. 
Faye Houser. 

I, Buster Knight, will my ability to catch passes to Vernon Schrum. 

I. Ailene Hoyle. do hereby will my 1 2th English book to Helen White. 

I. Thorne Eaker. will my football uniform No. 40 to Elliott Beal, 

I. Betty Cashion. do hereby will my place in the National Honor Society to the lucky 
person who gets it. 

I. Sue Beattie. hereby will my basketball suit No. 7 to Wilhelmina Reynolds. 

I. Bemice Leonard, hereby will my love for the Navy and the Naval Air Corps to the 
future senior girls who may have a friend serving Uncle Sam. 

I. Nellie Knuckles, do hereby will my constant giggles to Christine Crooks. 

I, Dorothy McAllister, will my sewing machine in Home Economics to Thelma Self, hoping 
she will make many beautiful and useful things. 

We, Helen Stamey and Frances Bandy, do hereby will our titles as the laziest and the biggest 
flirt to anyone who can live up to the name as well as we did. 

I. Carolyn Buff, hereby will my love for the Air Corps and Navy to the future senior girls. 

I, Lorene Payseur, hereby will my love of reading to my brother. Raymond, hoping that 
I wont have to read his books in the future. 

I. Jewell Lynch, do hereby will to Helen Sellers my ability to chew gum in 12th English 
and not get caught. 

We. the Stamey Twins, do hereby will our ability to keep people guessing to the Roper 
Twins. 

We, Joe Rhyne and Bob Beal, do hereby will to Jack Arrowood and Vernon Schrum our 
positions as ends and bench warmers. 

I. Betty Jean Kistler. do hereby will my seat in Government to Betty Jean Mullen. 



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I, Barbara Schrum, do hereby will my place at the board in Miss Haywood's room to Jane 
Lohr hoping that she gets to go as often as I. 

I, Pansy Reynolds, hereby will my good limes in Miss Norman's room to my cousin, 
Nathaniel Reynolds. 

We, Hazel Eurey. Ruth Smith, ^nd Lois Rudisill, do hereby will and bequeath our good 
times in the Senior Class and at the ball games to Billy Joe Faker. 

I. Louise Link, will my knowledge of practically nothing to Mima Carpenter, so that she 
may some dav know something. 

We, Kitty Miller and Ardis Childs. do hereby will our giggling sessions in Chemistry class 
to Jannie Fair and Jonnie Chronister, hoping they won't get into as much trouble as we did. 

I. Martha Bradshaw, hereby will my ability to pop chewing gum to Pauline Devinc hoping 
she has as much fun as I. 

I. Ethel Hovis. do hereby will all my studies to Mary Elizabeth Keener. 

I, Julia Mcl.urd. hereby will to Jane Elmore my short statue. 

I, Meldrum Winstead. do hereby will my musical ability to Robert Hallman and "Tweet" 
Wyckoff. 

I. Joyce Robinson, do hereby will my knowledge of library science to Velma McGinnis. 

We. Marian Lippard and Vashti Hallman. will our good times in Lincolnton High to 
Sue Ewing. 

I, Mary Jane Robinson, do hereby will my seat in Latin to whomever wants it. 

I. Lewis Beal, do hereby will my books to the future senior class. 

I, Vernon Coley, will my ability to study English to Harold Goodson. 

I. Pauline Yoder. will my seat on the bus to Betty Elmore. 

I, Edna Smith, hereby will my seat on the Long Shoals bus to Dorothy Payseur that she 
might enjoy sitting in it as much as I. 

I. Alda McAllister, will my seat in 5th period study hall to Helen Ewing. 

I, Catharine Devine, hereby will my seat in Mrs. Goodson's home room to Ruby Auton. 

I, Charles Hobbs. will my ability to travel fast to Lewis Cobb. 

I, Mary Dell Lewis, will my seat in the National Honor Society to Minta Carpenter. 

I. Ralph Hoyle, do hereby will my seat in English to Jim King. 

I, John Wise, do hereby will my seat in typing to Lee Rhodes. May he use it to the best 
ol his ability, and become a very good typing student. 

I. Ben Wilson, hereby will my position to Oscar Elmore as the laziest boy in the senior class. 

I, Winnie Leonard, will my good times in the senior class to Betty Sue Leonard. 

I. Billic Michael, herebv will my typewriter to the most outstanding junior who is now 
taking typing. 

We. Bob Kiger and Jack (little) Dellinger, do hereby will our positions as first class 
drummers to Paul "Pug" Stroup. 

I, J. T. Huss. hereby will to Robert Leonard my position at left tackle. 

We, Dodson Barineau and R. A. Hcavner, do hereby will our terrific typing speed of 15 
words a minute to Charles Gabriel, hoping that he gets better grades than we. 

I. L. A. Abernethy, will my good friendship with Miss Roseman and the Inst typewriter 
on the fifth row to William Wyckoff. 

I, Wade Dodgen, hereby will to Little "Whitey" Heafner my position on the basketball team. 

I, J. M. Broome, will to Bill Connor and Marshall Ramsaur my place each afternoon in 
Mrs. Smith's office. 

I, Frank Abernethy. hereby will my typewriter to anyone who wishes to use it and hope 
he will get as much use out of it as I. 

I. Martha Moore, will my place as most in love in the senior class to Jonnie Chronister. 

I. Gene Carpenter, will my position as trumpet player in the band to "Shorty" Killian. 

I. Joe Henry Hoffman, hereby will my rank as sergeant in the good old third platoon to 
Buddy Alexander. 

I. Jack Clanton. do hereby will to Helen Gragg my ability to learn bookkeeping. 

I, Jean Robinson, hereby will my good time at L. H. S. to Maxine Heafner. 

I. Billy Lander, will my ability to get by chewing gum in Mrs. Ramsaur's class to Johnny 
Hoffman. 

Witnesses: 
JAY 

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CLASS HISTORY 

Let us drift for awhile on the tide of memory back over the 
scenes of our high-school life and review the scroll of the past as 
it unrolls itself to us. Slowly the dim recollections are revealing 
themselves and now our first thoughts picture us as an enthusiastic 
and earnest body of Freshmen — one hundred and ninety-eight in 
number — timidly, but steadily entering upon our high school career. 
Barbara Shrum was chosen as our Freshman leader. 

As our Freshman recollections fade away we pass across the 
threshold of Sophdom. Now we are not quite as green and arc 
no longer frightened. This year we had the fun of carrying the 
daisy chain. The Student Government Organization was running 
smoothly now and the year proved to be a most prosperous one. 

Our junior year is characterized by that ever-abiding atmosphere 
of jollity. This was a year of fun as well as study. We were now 
approaching what we had been looking forward to for a long 
time — the Junior-Senior banquet. With hard work from the stu- 
dents and teachers our banquet was a success. We also had fun 
publishing the school paper, running for Student Government offices 
and selecting our rings. Some of our members engaged in hard-fought 
and thrilling conflicts upon the athletic field and others excelled 
in book work. 

At last, we have come to the last of our happy days spent at 
L. H. S. As seniors we were busy electing officers, selecting invita- 
tions and publishing our annual. Joe Henry Hoffman, Martha 
Moore, J. M. Broome and Billy Lander were chosen as our Senior 
leaders. 

Now, we are facing a future of unrest, wonderment, and uneasi- 
ness as to how our ship may reach the shore of achievement. As we 
leave L. H. S. we are confident that our lives will prove a symbol 
of success and honor to our parents, school, and fellow classmates 
we arc leaving behind us. 

Sue BEATT1H, Historian. 



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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY 

As I sit before a big, open fire, while the wind outside is blowing, I pick 
up my newspaper to read. The date is November 1 8, 1953. Am I seeing things? 
But no. Em not; Joe Henry Hoffman is managing editor of this paper, and 
his assistant is Jack Dellinger. It all comes back to me now. They were in the 
Senior Class of 1943 with me. I often wonder where they are and what they 
are doing. 

The article which appears before my eyes is: "Dr. Ray Reinhardt and 
Miss Kitty Miller, laboratory technician, aid in opening a large hospital in a 
nearby town." After reading farther, I find that Joe Rhyne is going to be 
an interne at the same hospital, and Miss Martha Moore is superintendent of 
nurses. The list of nurses includes Letha Martin, Ardis Childs, Betty Cashion, 
and Betty Jean Kistler. 

Barbara Schrum's picture stands out on the next page. Why. it is adver- 
tising the work of James Knuckles, owner and manager of Knuckles' Studio. 
At first I thought maybe she had been offered a movie contract. 

On the next page, I read that Frances Bandy is sailing for Africa, where 
sheJl be a missionary; Julia McLurd for England, where she will be a gov- 
erness: and Ray Hoffman for some unknown country to visit his great uncle 
of noble birth, of whom he has never heard. 

As I glance through the paper, I see that owner Charles Hobbs announces 
that Sue Beattie and Jack Yoder are playing in "Once and For All" at the 
Decade Theatre. Betty Hunter Glenn and Pansy Drum are playing in the 
same picture. We hear that Flossie Auton sells tickets there. 

Oh look! T. C. Seagle, Jr., is running for mayor. What a surprise! The 
honorable Lee Elmore has recently been made a judge of the Superior Court! 

Here's the music page. I quote from one article: "Bernice Leonard, by far 
the season's most outstanding lyric soprano, will sing the title role of the 
opera "Benson" tomorrow night at the Metropolitan." I'm so glad! And, oh 
yes, Helen Stamey and Marion Lippard, concert pianists, are to be the featured 
guests, and will be allowed to play. 

The "Fix-Em-Up Beauty Salon," owned and operated by Ruth Smith 
and Lois Rudisill, will have the famous make-up artist, Carolyn Buff, with 
them next week. Hazel Eurey is their manicurist. 

We also see that Meldrum Winstead and his Band are going to play at 
the Country Club tomorrow night. The band included Billy Lander, Dodson 
Barineau, Gene Carpenter, and L. A. Abernethy. 

Wade Dodgen is now a wealthy banker. His stenographer is Vashti Hallman. 
Fred Jarrett is a cotton broker, and Harry Mullis is going to make his solo 
flight soon. 

Jean Robinson is painting a magazine cover. Her artist model is Jean Craig. 

If you're hungry, Frank Abernethy owns a cafe just around the corner, 
and Winnie Leonard operates a tea room. 

J. M. Broome, highway constructor, Bobby Deal, architect, and Buster 
Knight, engineer, are working together on a project. 

On the Society page, we read that Mary Jane Robinson entertained the 
X Y Z Club yesterday afternoon. Those present were: Dorothy and Betty 
Stamey, Mary Dell Lewis, Joyce Robinson, Margaret Jaylor, and Mary Lee 
Byers. The present, Louise Link, presided. 

J. C. Buff is touring the West on a Greyhound bus driven by R. A. Heavner. 
Lorene Payseur and her husband, a football coach, are on the same bus. 

I fold my paper. Why go on? Most of my classmates are accounted for. 
Now that I know where they are and what they are doing, I will get my 
beauty sleep, leaving the ghost of memories to play hide-and-seek with the 
flickering fire-light. 

Nellie Knuckles. Class Prophetess. 



Page Twenty-one 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

JACK DELLINGER President 

CECIL STROUP Vice-President 

CHARLES GABRIEL Secretary-Treasurer 




JUNIORS 







Buddy Alexander 
Charles Ray Baker 
Betty Sue Ballard 

Sybil Ballard 
Elliott Beal 
Mary Wray Beal 

LaVon Blankenship 
Lois Brackett 
Sam Burgin 



Pmie Twenty-tWi 



JUNIORS 




Marie Bynum 
Minta Carpenter 
Ruth Cash 
Betty Jean Cashion 
Georgia Chandler 
Loretta Chapman 
Johnnie Chronister 
Hazeline Connor 
Ralph Connor 



H. C. Cornwell 
Christine Crooks 
Harold Davis 
Edna Dellinger 
Jack Dellinger 
Jill Dellinger 
Pauline Devine 
Billie Van Dresser 
Jane Elmore 
Jeannette Fair 



Wayne Finger 
Charles Gabriel 
Hal Gabriel 
Frances Gates 
Betty Jean Goodman 
Helen Gregg 
Robert Hallman 
Karl Harrill 
Opal Harwell 



Page Twenty-three 



JUNIORS 








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Virginia Heavner 
Marie Helderman 
Johnny Hoffman 
Dorothy Neal Hovis 
Dorothy Dean Howard 
Betty Ingle 
Mary Eliz. Keever 
Edward Killian 
Beatrice Kincaid 



Eliz. Leatherman 
Jimmy Leatherman 
A. J. Lemmond 
Ruby Lemmond 
Betty Sue Leonard 
Harold Leonard 
Robert Leonard 
Harry Little 
Jane Lohr 
Jimmy McGinnis 



Velma McGinnis 
Jack McQuinn 
Dorothy Mauney 
Dalton Mitchem 
Betty Jean Mullen 
Clafton Mullen 
Fred Navy 
Dorothy Payseur 
Harold Norman 



Page Twenty-four 



JUNIORS 




Betty Proctor 
Betty Anne Randell 
Clement Reynolds 
Glenn Reynolds 
Lee Rhodes 
Faith Rhyne 
Lou Rhyne 
Ralph Robinson 
Thelma Schronce 



BlI I SCHRUM 

Garman Schrum 
Vernon Schrum 
Helen Sellers 
Luther Starr 
Cecil Stroup 
Paul Stroup 
Inez Thornburg 
Frances Tilson 



Clyde Walker 
Helen Warren 
Lee Weathers 
Clarence Wehunt 
George Whitesides 
Jewel Willis 
Ruth Willis 
Betty Jane Wise 
William Wycoee 



Page Twenty -five 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 




OFFICERS 
Peggy Ann Costner 

President 

Anna Morrison 

Vice-President 

John Weaver 

Secretary 

Missie Jonas 
Treasurer 



Jack. Avery 
Rudolph Babb 
Billard Ballard 
I.iggic Bell Beaver 
Andy Caskey 
Haskell Cater 
Louise Coley 
Bill Conner 
Bonnie Devine 
Max Eaker 



James Abernethy 
Ozell Baker 
Betty Jean Beal 
Guy Boggs 
Charles Buff 
Vernon Bumgarner 
Dicky Burris 
Ralph Carpenter 
Louis Cobb 
Oscar Elmore 
Mary Lee Goodson 
Gene Heafner 



Dewey Abernathy 
W. A. Abernathy 
Vance Avery 
Juanita Black 
Shasta Buff 
Yvonne Bumgardner 
Connette Byers 
Doyle Bynum 
Elizabeth Caldwell 
Jack Carswell 
Christine Cash 
Wilma Jean Dellinger 



Miss Letha Copeland's Room 

MEMBERS 

Betty Sue Elmore 
Herman Engle 
Gene Erwing 
Jack Harwell 
Maxine Heafner 
Boyd Helms 
Joe Hipp 
Betty Jean Hovis 
Pete Hovis 
Sammy Huss 

Miss Pearle Haywood's Room 

MEMBERS 

Mary Heavner 
Christine Hovis 
Bobby Riser 
Ruth Lemmond 
Wayne McAllister 
Bill McCoy 
Donald McGinnis 
Gene Miller 
Anna Morrison 
Nell Morton 
Ira Mae Nantz 



Miss Margaret Morrison's Room 

MEMBERS 

Sue Ewing 
Harold Ford 
Romona Gardner 
Harold Goodson 
Helen Goodson 
Vernon Hauss 
Jack Helms 
Ruby Henson 
M. F. Hoffman 
Betha Houser 
Bobby Jean Hoyle 
Garland Hudspeth 



Harric Lee Lowe 
Mary Beth Miller 
Millie Mullen 
Wilhelmina Reynolds 
Johnnie Robinson 
Hazel Self 
Thelma Self 
Lee Setzer 
John Stamey 
John Hugh Weaver 



Frances Rayle 
Ben Rudisill 
L. E. Rudisill. Jr. 
Carl Starr 
Virginia Shuford 
Mildred Smith 
Latham Summey 
Charles Warren 
Laura Wehunt 
Gene Wilson 
Daphine Wise 
Billy Yoder 



Billy Keever 
Paul Kiser 
Jack Lineberger 
Betty Carol McAllister 
Janette McGinnis 
Margaret Reep 
Frank Rudisill 
Madelaine Sain 
Avaneal Shuford 
Elizabeth Schronce 
Wesley Taylor 
Lee Thornburg 



Page Twenty -six 



SOPHOMORES 




RaJPP I 



Miss Maude Sadler's Room 



Bcnnie Cochrane 
Bobby Combs 
Billy Joe Eaker 
James Edgar Cooper 
Charles Goodson 
Jackie Harris 
Donald Hovis 
Leek Ledford 
Johnny Ramsaur 



Charles Randall 
Leonard R. Ritter 
William Shelton 
James Sigmon 
Dorothy Baker 
Ruby Beal 
Lavinia Burris 
Peggy Ann Costner 
Ann Davis 



Bertie Fayc Houser 
Aileen Huss 
Martha Jonas 
Betty McLean 
Jane Michum 
Mary Edith Moss 
Bobby Jean Padgett 
Celia Elizabeth Pickens 
Betty Sue Quinton 



Carolyn Roper 
Shelly Roper 
Peggy Martin Rhodes 
Janice Seagle 
Mary Nell Shidall 
Eleanor Turner 
Evelyn Woolsy 
Mary Louise Warlick 



Page Twenty-seven 



FRESHMAN CLASS 





Buddy Connor 
President 



OFFICERS 

.1 R. Hartman 
Vice- /'resident 



Harold Lawing 

Secretary- Treasurer 



Betty Auton 
Melvin Canipe 
G. W. Cline 
Buddy Connor 
Relamcna Connor 
Charles Crowcll 
.1. R. Fiartman 
Yates Heavner 



MEMBERS 

Willie Jean Hutchins 
C. H. Helms 
Billy Hoover 
Billy Hovis 
Gilreath Hovis 
Dolores Jackson 
Boyce Kendnck 



Bonita Ledbetter 
Alvin Lowe 
Helen Martin 
Julian O'Daniel 
William Nantz 
Paul Sain 
Howard Lawing 
Helen White 



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Page Tiucntu eight 



EIGHTH GRADE 





Janice McLean 

P reside n l 



OFFICERS 
Patsy Ford 

Vice-President 



Louise Humphries 

Secretary- Treasurer 



Joyce Bandy 
Hugh Baxter 
Elizabeth Beam 
Louise Brown 
Manuel Lee Branch 
Betty Sue Bumgardner 
George Burgin 
Alvin Byrd 
Bobbie Campbell 
Evelyn Cloer 
Betty Jean Conner 
Bryan Craig 
Beatrice Dcllinger 
W. A. Finger, Jr. 
Patsy Ford 



MEMBERS 

Evelyn Goodman 
lane Grigg 
Bobby Herman 
Robert Holly 
Bobbie Howard 
Dorothy Houk 
Carolyn James 
Helen Knuckles 
Harriet Lander 
Marguerite Leatherman 
Robert Lcdford 
Jenkey Leonard 
Allen Lineberger 
Robert Lineberger 
Sue McGinnis 



Janice McLean 
Tom Parker 
Paul Pealcr 
Da n el D. Peeler 
Polly Plonk 
Ld Ramsaur 
Marshall Ramseur 
Betty Jane Rhyne 
Marion Ritter 
Phyllis Robinson 
Benny Rose 
Amelia Schrum 
John Seagle 
Marilyn Shuford 
Joyce Sigmon 







Page Twenty-nine 















BAND 




Mr. S. Ray Lowder 

Director 

Mr. Thomas Vaii. 

Assistant Director 



OFFICERS 



Donald Rudisill 
Jack Dellinger* 
Jill Dellinger 
Billy Lander . 
Meldru.m Winstlad 



President 

. . V ice-President 

. Secretary-Treasurer 

Librarian 

Student Director 



Cornets 
L. A. Abernethv 
Gene Carpenter 
Robert Hallman 
Jack Harwell 
Edward Killian 
Susan Pickens 
Frank Rudisill 
Meldrum Winstead 
William WycofT 

Flutes 
Jill Dellinger 
Jane Lohr 
Marion Ritter 
Carolyn Roper 
Shelly Roper 
Nancy Steelman 

Saxaphones 
Billy Van Dresser 
Missie Jonas 
Kitty Miller 
Bobbie Jean Padgett 
Celia Pickens 



Drums 
Jack Dellinger 
William Ingle 
Bob Kiger 
Hubert Lester 
Eugene Sigmon 
Paul Stroup 

Clarinets 
Buddy Alexander 
Lavinia Burris 
Miles Beam 
Minta Carpenter 
Jack Dellinger 
Polly Dellinger 
Jane Elmore 
Ann Goode 
Johnny Hoffman 
Jack Harris 
Julian Hcavner 
R. A. Heavner 
Harry Little 
Billy Lander 
Bob Modlin 



Martha Moore 
Fred Navey 
Bill Shrum 
Barbara Shrum 
Lee Thornburg 
Mutt Wilson 

Trombones 

Billy Joe Eaker 
Charles Goodson 
Rhyan Shelton 

Baritones 
Donald Rudisill 
Dodson Barineau 
Blair Nantz 

Bass 

J. T. Huss 
Ralph Jonas 

French Horns 
Gilbert Cashion 
James Knuckles 
Jack McQuinn 









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Lee Elmore . . . Left £W 

Fred Jarrett Left Tuiftlt 

Junior Seagle .... Left Guard 

Oscar Elmore Center 

Paul Brackett. . Right Guard 

Jack Dellinger. Ralph Jonas . . . Right Tackle 

Jim Broom Right End 

Charles Gabriel. Brat Stroup. Quarterback 

Ralph Connor Halfback 

Buster Knight ... Halfback 

DON RUDISILL ... Fullback 



Sec and I earn 
JOE RHYNE 
J. T. HUSS 

.Bob Beal, Wayne Finger 
D. C. Sigmon 
. Garman Schrum 
Bill Van Dresser 
Clyde Walker, Elliott Beal 
Sam Freeman 
.Thorne Eaker 
John Hugh Weaver 
Don Clanton 



Mr. Lyle Edwards, Coach 
Bill Connor. Manager 



942-1943 SCHEDULE 



LlNCOLNTON 
LlNCOLNTON 
LlNCOLNTON 
LlNCOLNTON 
LlNCOLNTON 
LlNCOLNTON 
LlNCOLNTON 
LlNCOLNTON 
LlNCOLNTON 



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Page Thirty-two 






GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



Sue Beattie 
Kathryn Beam 
Mary Wray Beal 

Helen Sellers 
Betty Biggerstaff 






Forwards 

helen greig 
Betty Proctor 

Guards 

Betty Sue Leonard 
Pauline Yoder 



Ozelle Baker 
Jean Cashion 
Julia McClurd 

Dot Baker 
Carolyn Byers 




BOYS' BASKETBALL 



Guards 



Charles Gabriel 
Hal Gabriel 
Ray Reinhardt 
Donald Clanton 
Bill Yoder 
Vernon Schrum 



[■orwards 

Garman Schrum 
Wade Dodgen 
Ralph Connor 
Oscar Elmore 
L. B. Helms 

Wl si I ', I AYI OR 



Centers 

Jack Yoder 
Buster Knight 
Lee Elmore 

Managers 

Cecil Stroup 
Junior Seagle 



Page Thirty-three 



THE GLEE CLUB 




OFFICERS 

JOYCE CHRONISTER . President 

ARDIS CHILDS - Vice-President 

Bernice Leonard Secretary -Treasurer 

JEANNETTE Fair Librarian 

Miss Gloria Reagan .... Director 

Miss Louise Wetmore Pianist 



MEMBERS 



1st Sopranos 
Catherine Beam 
Bobby Jean Bridges 
Louise Brown 
Carolyn Buff 
Betty Sue Bumgardner 
Ardis Childs 
Anne Stuart Davis 
Beatrice Dellinger 
Sue Ewing 
Jeannette Fair 
Aileen Huss 
Bernice Leonard 
Sue McGinnis 
Frances Tilson 
Betty Turner 



2nd Sopranos 

Frances Bandy 
Georgia Chandler 
Evelyn Goodson 
Louise Humphries 
Betty Wood Kizer 
Marilyn Shuford 
Joyce Sigmon 
Ruth Smith 

Altos 

Joyce Chronister 
Evelyn Cloer 
Helen Goodson 
Celia Pickens 
Margaret Reep 



Page Thirty-four 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




OFFICERS 
Joe Henry Hoffman President 

BILLY LANDER Secretary -Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Frances Bandy 
Kathryn Beam 
Mary Lee Byers 
Betty Jean Cashion 
Betty Hunter Glenn 
Mary Dell Lewis 
Letha Martin 



Kitty Miller 
Martha Moore 
Lorene Payseur 
Donald Rudisill 
Lois Rudisill 
Bobby Shrum 
Meldrum Winstead 



Page Thirty- five 



BIBLIOPHILES 

Library Club of Lincolnton High School 

OFFICERS 
PINK TOLBERT President VASHTI HALLMAN . Secretary-Treasurer 

George Robinson Vice-President Miss Helen Stroupe . Faculty Adviser 




DEBATERS 



Resolved, That the United States should adopt 
the policy of extending Federal Aid to general 
public education. 

ORATION: "Freedoms of the U. S. Constitution." 
— JANE LOHR. 



Affirmative Alternates 

Lou Rhyne Billy Michael 

Edward Killian Georgia Chandler 

Negative 

Charles Gabriel Carrie M. Roseman 
Pauline Devine Coach 



Page Thirly-six 



HOiME ECONOMICS CLUB 



OFFICERS 
Jean Craig President Bobby Jean Hoyle 

AVANEAL SHUFOKD . Vice-President MAXINE HEAFNER 

Miss Barbara Norman Faculty Adviser 



Secretary - I reasurer 
Reporter 




FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 

OFFICERS 

JACK YODER President BETHA HOUSER . Treasurer 

BILLY KEEVER . , Vice-President MAX EAKER Reporter 

Dewey 'Abernethy . ...Secretary Mr. A. J. Smith . Faculty Adviser 



Page Thirty-seven 



WOLF STAFF 




Lou Rhyne Editor 

EDWARD KilLIAN Business Manager 

Johnnie Chronister Circulation Manager 

Georgia Chandler and Jeanette Fair Art Editors 

JILL DELLINGER Feature Editor 

Cecil Stroupe Sports Editor 

Minta Carpenter Gossip Editor 

jMiss Helen Stroupe Faculty Adviser 



Page Thirty-eight 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




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OFFICERS 

JUNIOR SEAGLE , '. . President 

SUE BEATTIE Vice President 

JOE HENRY HOFFMAN Secretary -Treasurer 

Miss Maude Sadler . . Faculty Adviser 

SENATE 

Bobby Howard Jane Lohr 

Marshall Ramseur Bobby Jean Padgett 

Ardis Childs Fred Ritter 

Joe Rhyne G. W. Cline 

Ralph Connor Relamena Connor 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

12th Grade: Wade Dodgen, Betty Hunter Glenn, Donald Rudisill. Betty 
Stamcy, Mary D. Eewis, Jean Craig. 

11 th Grade: Johnny Hoffman, Eou Rhyne, Ted Corriher, Velma McGinnis, 
Charles Gabriel, Betty Goodman, Joyce Chronister, Cecil Stroup. 

10th Grade: Anna Morrison, Carl Starr, Peggy A. Costner, Billy Eaker, 
Shasta Buff, Jack Eineberger, Bill Connor, Hazel Self. 

( Hh Grade: Betty Auton, Charles Crowell. 

8th Grade: Ed Ramsaur, Joyce Sigmon, Elizabeth Beam, Cecil Goodson. 



Page Thirty-nine 




Page Forty 




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Pa</e Forty-one 



Lincolnton Insurance and 
Realty Go. 

INSURE AND BE SURE 



Dellinger's Firestone Store 

Main Street 

JmstoM 



Phone 236 



Compliments of 

DAVE LERNER 



Compliments of 

ECONOMY AUTO 
SUPPLY 

GOODRICH TIRES 
Phone 307 



Western Auto Association 
Store 

Across from Century Theater 

Lincolnton, N. C. 
R. Henry, Prop. 



B. 


C. MOORE & SONS 


Shoes, Dry Goods and Clothing 


Bu 


y from Moore and Save More 




LINCOLNTON; N. C. 




Phone 75 



STAR LUMBER 
COMPANY 

BUILDING and ROOFING 

MATERIAL 

Phone 41 



Compliments of 

LINEBERGER 
BROTHERS, Inc. 

Cotton 



AMBULANCE SERVICE 

DRUM'S FUNERAL 
HOME 

Undertakers and Embalmers 
Phone 66 Lincolnton, N. C. 



Page Forty-tmo 



Compliments of 

MRS. A. L. TAIT'S 
ART STUDIO 

Phone 63 



Compliments of 

LINCOLN HARDWARE 
COMPANY 



CARTER & COMPANY 

Insurance 



ABERNETHY FEED 
STORE 

LlNCOLNTON, N. C. 



ROY C. HOYLE 

Jeweler 

Watch Repair Service 



Compliments of 

LINCOLN STEAM 
LAUNDRY 



EDDIE ADAMS 

MEATS— GROCERIES 

Academy St. Phone 163 

LlNCOLNTON, N. C. 



Lee F. Cline Esso Station 



WASHING 
TIRES 



LUBRICATION 
ACCESSORIES 



For Happy Motoring See Lee 



FRANK P. BARKLEY 

FURNITURE, RADIOS, RANGES 
Phone 166 



Compliments of 

THE MEN'S STORE 

Carl R. Hartman 



Page Forty-three 



W. W. GLENN & COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 
Fine Combed Yarns and Sewing Threads 

Operating Plants of 
MELVILLE MILLS, INCORPORATED 

AND 

GLENN MANUFACTURING CO. 

LlNCOLNTON, N. C. 



Compliments of 

BOGER-CRAWFORD MILLS 



BELK-SCHRUM COMPANY 

Lincolnton's Largest Department Store 

COMPLETE OUTFITS FOR 

MEN, WOMEN, and CHILDREN 

Paqe Forty-four 



'What could be finer than to eat at the 

CAROLINA 
DINER 

Joe C. Leonard, Prop. 
U. S. Army, Pearl Harbor 

Bessie Leonard, Manager 
24 HOUR SERVICE 



Compliments of 

HAYNES DAIRY 

Phones 
City 284 County 5831 



HOVIS GROCERY 

QUALITY MERCHANDISE 
Grade A Market 

Phone 302 



Compliments of 

Rhodes-Rhyne Manufac- 
turing Company 

and 

Elizabeth Indian Creek 
Mills, Inc. 



D. E. Rhyne Mills, Inc. 

LINCOLN COTTON MILLS 
LABORATORY COTTON MILLS 

LlNCOLNTON, N. C. 



Complim ents of 

SETH LUMBER 
COMPANY 



Phone 39 



Page Forty-five 



Compliments of 

IDEAL CHAIR 
COMPANY 



LAWING & COSTNER 

Sheaffer Fountain Pens 

Whitman and Martha Washington 
Candies 

Phone 24 



Lincoln Cut Rate Drugs, 
Inc. 

Walgreen Agency 
The Best in Drugs 

Phone 17 
Lincolnton, N. C. 



DIXIE GROCERY 
COMPANY 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 
DIAMOND TIRES 

Phone 420 - 112 



Compliments of 

WARLICK 
FUNERAL HOME 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 
Phone 477 



The ECONOMY DRUG 
STORE 

The Rexall Store 

Parker and Eversharp Fountain Pens 

Norris, Whitman and Pangburn 

Candies 

Phone 88 



Page Forty-six 



Compliments of 

Gulf Service Station 

Robert Edwards, Proprietor 



Abernethy Grocery 

Headquarters For 
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES 



Goodin & Burns Furniture Company 

LlNCOLNTON, N. C. 

See Us Before You Buy Home Furnishings 

We Manufacture and Sell Direct to 
the Customer 

Phone 259-J 



Compliments of 

EAGLE 5-10-25c STORE 



Compliments of 

BULLEY'S PLAGE 

BOGER city 







Compliments c 


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w. 


A. 


Lockman's 

Boger City 


Grocery 



GARDNERS 

GROCERIES and MEATS 
FRUITS and VEGETABLES 

We Deliver 



ROBINSONS 


EXCLUSIVE LADIES' 


READY-TO-WEAR 


Phone 336 



JEWEL BOX 

We Curry a Complete Line of 

Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware 
and Musical Instruments 

S. E. Court Square 



Compliments of 

Ramseur Hardware 
Company 



Page Forty -seven 



STROUP BARGAIN 
HOUSE 

"You furnish the Bird; 
We feather the Nest." 

Phone 119 



SHELBYS STUDIO 

Gastonia, N. C. 

Photographer for 
PINE BURR 



POWELL MOTOR 
COMPANY 

OLDSMOBILE WILLYS 

Charlotte Highway 
Phone: County 3731 
R. G. Powell, Prop. 



STROUP'S CREDIT 
JEWELERS 

"Your Friendly Jewelers" 
Phone 465-J 
East Main Street 

Gifts for all occasions 



McGINNIS BROTHERS 

Independent Gas and Oils 

Tire Recapping — Vulcanizing 
Willard Batteries 

Lincolnton, N. C. 



Compliments of 

G. S. Saine Plumbing & 
Heating Company 

Phone 50 



G. S. Saine 



Z. E. Martin 



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UNC 0l N COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 
305 WE MN STREET 

L1NCOLNTON.NC 28092 



LINCOLN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 
305 WEST MA N >T 2ET 
LINCOLNTQN, NC 23092